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IMETADLE OF THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. II
On and after -iinday, "In,'"'. me lo"0'
ng nme-uble will gover n ilio nt rival and depart
nri of rMi nr trains at 01 ro
firpart- Hall train, dally - lMSp.m
Express.daily 2.-45 p.tn
-rrtn Mail,dlly ......... 3:3.1 n.i'i
Express, dally, except Hundsy 3:30 p.m.
toehangeof cara from Ciro to St. Louis. N
y( orrara rrom utiro to unlearn. Fiefsn-
wing Room sleeping cam on night train.
g cheeked to tl Important points.
CAIRO AND MOU.Vfl CITV
Will msle three trips daily.
iririxa riiao I iriviao moixd mr
ii 7, ..... m. I At :." ..... ....a.m.
jtl It .-a.m. At l:ro pm.
At 30 p.m. At r,. i.in.
Fare each way, 30 cents I 10 tickets for $2 W.
Will Isai, when hailed, at any good Intermediate
aadingfor passengers or freight. nov21tf.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly racket for Paducah, Kransville and Lou
isville, the favorite steamer,
T. U. HA'.UAX,Matr.
Leaves Cairo every SATUDKAY atS o'clock p:m.
For frei(tlitorpaagenppljf onlioardor to
JAN. IlICHln, Ag'l.
CAIHO AND PADUCAII
MAI I, BOAT.
Tlit splendid ateamor
ti ' rj Httjf, (iinliys excepted) at 4
' tu. Kir Irolilitor hi,m apply on boar J or
JAS. IIK.dS, Ar'I.
FOR SALE, 1 Tor Sale r FOR SALE,
I Jcrfiale I 1
FOR S A LE. j For Bale 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from LiVEuroOL,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
JFaro from QueenstownJ
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48-
Batlord, Morru k Ca
Liverpool New-Totk and Philadelphia
vaosa comuct wit i-nited itithXhd ttnun
For Carrying (tie Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
OK ri'KTHXR liirOtHtTION
APl'LV TO JOHN G. DALE. Aot.
lSllroadway, Ncw.Vorlt, or to
Wahlngton ATenue, Cairo. noia. 51
V .iFED-i 1 ',m?lB Bntleinann furnished
romandboardilnalrictiy pnvnle faml
llefarenco gWcnuUil required, ndareai.
11.. Ik3M. tUtro, III.
25 TEMS To wnrlr nn rjlm
I 1 nau m.
. Lou In railroad. Innlv nn Him wnrb
Il.WW A- .MEItH'iN'.CoHtraceord.
Nov. 21, Ml. tllw
l7ANTKf)COOI'KR3 Right Coopen wanted
tierces and nnrk liirrrln
, , in go 10 ineoex, unnoK, 10 worx on Inni
tl.Ci paid for pork
barreli, and (1.33 paid lor lard IItim
u iitim-i, Ann v 10
TheCommercial Hotel will bo rented on favor
able term. Possession give immediately. Ap
ply to (octSHI) 0. WINSTON.
The Urge nnd commodious dwelling house
situated on Eighth between Walnut and Wash
Inxtnn (oppoi.t. the Presbyterian Church) l for
rent. For term", etc., amilv to
THOMAS, iiltEEN ic ALDK.V,
wty-tf Ohio Levea, Cairo, Ills.
MO ONE it permitted to make bills aenln t tho
AT Bieam-r 1 r. f.CKfn, ami In
, Ecktrt, and from this dale no
nless made br myself or nnnn
bill) ili bs nnd unless made b
raj written order, It. W. UUOAN, Master.
.Novembers!, lrtl. noriildU
A meeting of the stockholders of the Cairo and
intennes rallroal compiny will be held it tho
omce of the company in Cairo, IIHno!,, on tfat
urdar, leeml,er u, 1871, M 10 o'clock, i.m., for
tne purpo.e ul ratifying ihu action of thu Umrd
of oirectors. 1. It. l.Alt.NEl).
nii. v t ("'"creury and Treasurer.
Cairo, Novembers, IsTI
,trf.i" "i01.,04," .rl1 Ul'' 1!o'"1 Company now
A Millontu the Clly of Cairo, viz 1
Lot 27 bk 20. Lot 21 l4oek U,
.. ll '-'u. " 27 " 82
. " 2H Hi.
'"ritf,m"i"'-"PI'ly JAMES JOllNiO.N,
Zill , An"'"'
iiTl Ceda? Li'rJf 0.riTwi"lfl,b n Walnut
ir ler roomv u.n r.U", ,'.ml,, " ln complete
anJoit- n,2y:...e"fi"l',', Plnted il side
ou for loVJcush-fur houlu r!d lot. Apply lo
No. W Ohio Levee.
A r:Kn b.T,ANI' l'kof gro-
(enu. f"K"'lr ainiRK"! "uon Wa.hlngton
uH.l'u 0l. 015,1 g0J hut"- Applyatlhe
.,SJ'IAM U' SMITH, M. D.
K TLVirV.P'Ko. n Thlrteeml. 1...
SgrcMerclat avenue, nn stairs.
r W. DUNNING, M. D.
JmVS'Ninth and Walnut
' COUNSELORS AT LMv
lIllamJ.AIlen, 1 '
'fi!S,il,."JLkJKi. Ir CAI"- i'ow.
ty,bu1.1un,rtt'ntlc'n ,,Rld 10 rlT,r Ddtd
OyriCE-Qttr First National Bank. Ohio Levee,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
WJllamH. een, ) '
oiryici-cmo levee, booms 1 xvd 8 over
0.NNT HA09 1-OIt WJ;B-OT..;inn:
VJT ci-lf direct ir-n. ,',P,
s.gnn.ent ..rtiiinny I'-g; JViT,' .U" 11
nutik-t prlcce. ""'""'
Cairo, INovciniior , lr"-
GRAND I'A"!V SPECTACLE!
II) nearly Sim pel foi mors.
Afliriiriuti Monday Hid Tnenday
i;icuiuk, nov. mm niiu xtui.
The ntmve will I the moil hniullliil exhibitions
vomlven in Ctiro. bolntt ncrlnrmed In full co-
tmnc, wllli all thrwnechnnlcnl anil cei In effects.
A line collection or
5wo, Chorttsw and Illuminated 7ib-
XV K.ir full pnrtieiil irs see progruiiti"e.
l'nullNhrd every morning, Monday ex.
A well stocked grocery storo is ndver-
tlicd fur anli!, nt a bnrgnln. 3t.
Lnst night wns r foggy nsono of Oon.
Urfliit's shortest speeches.
Tho board of nldcrtncn havo fltilslicd
reading tbo revitcd ordinances. Clap your
bands together, ye exulting hills or city
Ono oftho nlggors charged with mur
der in Pulaski county, lias luken a chango
of venuo and will bo tried in tho Alexan
der county court.
Tuber Brothers nro prepared to man
tifiicturo any pattorn of jewelry to ordor
to suit the parties and tho purse. All
kinds of rings, seal, chuscd and plain, to
fit tho linger and the purse. tf.
Persons who wish to baro hair and
othor kind of jewelry manufactured for
holiday gifts, aro requested to band in
their orders as soon as possible to Ruder
Rrothers, corner of "Washington avenuo
and Eighth street.
Ladies, tako notice, that Mrs.Swander
is receiving now goods dally, of the vory
best selections, at her popular millinery
store, east side of Commercial avenuo,
between Eighth and Tenth streets, next
door to the Perry house.
Where aro you going? Tatho placo
number 63, Ohio lovce, whero they kcop
the best fresh oysters, fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars to- ba
found in tho city. Open at all hours, d.y
or night. J. E. Parks
Holiday goods for the million. Tho
best assortment of Fancy Goods, Toys and
Notions in tho city can bo found at the
Wheeler and "Wilson and Piano Agency
of C. C. Carson, Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, Cnlro, 111
Great inducomunta to any ono wish
ing to buy a llrst-class piano or organ.
E. & "NV. Ruder otVut their entiro stock in
tho piano nnd ornn lino at tho actual
cost of tlio instruments. They aro iieslr.
ous of closing out thu slock so that they
may use tho room for jowelry manufactur
Tabor Rrothers arc constantly re
ceiving new goods not in tho lino of their
own manufacture, such as optical goods of
all kinds, flno gold and silver headed
canes, music boxes of nil kinds, toy music
boxos for children, something now nnd
very attractive. Silver plate cheaper than
ever, &c, &c. tf.
Regular mooting of Cairo lodge, No.
237, A. F. & A. 31., Mnnqy evening, No-
Avemhor 27, A. L. 6871, at 7J o'clock,
for work and businoss of Import
ance. A rull attsndanco of members ur
gently sollcitod, and visiting brothors cor-
llally invitod. W. R. Kkiinev, Sec.
tV punning paper porpctratos a crlmo
by declaring thnt fltiancil harbors aro
said to bn doing u flno business shaving
tho bills of tho Washington government;
but not lialf ns good n business ns Alba,
on Cummercinl avenue, near the rornorof
Eighth street, shaving his customers. He
as in his employ oxporiencod workmen,
and gunrantecs satisfaction. Everybody
All jicrsoiis desiring to bccotno mem
bers of a class to be instructed in piano
and vocal music by Signor Fnrini, who
proposus tu establish in this city nconscr-
atory nf music, will ploaso civo notice of
tho fact at Herman Moyera' cigar store,
uiuo mvee, to raul Kelmli, druggist, Com-
mercii avenue, or J. Schlesingcr, artist
cornor Eighth street and tho lovco.
Wo havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Klilors, boot and shoo maker,
as worthy of most liberal patronngo. Wo
know whereof wo speak whon we say his
woric is tiono in it nmtterly mannor at tho
lowest tiriccs. Ho uses riothlnc but tlm
D - -
best of stock, nnd ho cannot bo excelled in
tho delicato task of making an exact fit.
Give him n cull at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenuo and
Poplar stroet, nearly opposlto tho court
house, and wo will guarantee satisfaction.
On Saturday, the 30th day of Decern-
bsr, I will soil at public auction tho fol
lowing property, left on my wharfooat
3 boxes glass,
1 gas machine,
1 box tinware,
0 boxes merchandise,
1 box glassware,
7 bundles saddlo-trccs,
1 lot beor kegi,
1 1H reliocs.
J. M. Phillips.
The. mnrnhant f fill,,.!.,.. . i. .
I I I rw. fir 17A,lna Hn . 1 . ..
v 'b u"l niu aciut i klr-, ,.(
Eighth street hot ween Washington and
Commercial avonucs. opposite Hunnv.
dry-goods store, has boon oncn onlv a
weeks and already these gcntlemo nro oh.
vaining a mir s.i,nre 0r tne ,,utronacf
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
of tho public. Thoy aro both practical
men first-class mochanlcs and nro will
ing to guarantco salKuctory work. Thoy
kocp on hand always 11 full lino of pleco
goods, to which thoy direct tho attention
of nil who wish to lmvo made clothes
that nro worth tho nionoy paid for them.
Clcnnlng and repairing dono neatly at
Stool engravings, whin fine, decora to
a room ns handsomely ns oil paintings
almost ; and wo can recommend sovoral
engravings now for salo by "W. R. Rock
well & Co., ns really oxcollcnt works of
art. " Rolshazzor's Feast" is ono that
cannot bo oxcollcd. It is grand in design
and beautiful In execution. "Go and Sin
no moro" is a sermon in Itself, as eloquent
as it is forcible "-Tho Lord's
Prayer nnd tho Tan Commandments,"
tho portraits of tho Savior and Martin
Luther, "Tho Angol Dollvoring Peter,"
tho "Savior In tho Garden." "Christ
Raising Lazarus," ' Mary at the Savior's
Tomb," and "Daniollntho Lion's Den,"
should JbolJpossessod by every Christian
family, and surely no Calvlnlst should
bo without tho splendid portrait of
Jno. Calvin. All these engravings are as
perfect as tho skill of flrst-class artists and
engravers could make thorn. Messrs.
Rockwell & Co., of this city, havo been
appointed gonoral agents for the abovo
tiamod engravings, which aro 10M only
by subscription. Agents aro doing well
canvassing for them. Canvassora aro re
quested to call and sco them. Agonts nro
wanted to canvass tho countios of Alexan
der, Pulaski, Massac and Union.
Tho Salino county Jteaister of tho U2nd
instnn says: Gen. Raum and Dr.
MItcholl returned from Now York last
Saturday evening, where thoy attondod
tho moeting of tho Directors of the Cairo
x vinconnes Railroad Company, as
sisted in making tho arrangements render
ed necessary by Gon. Rurnsldo's negotia
tions abroad nnd prepared him for
another trip to London. Gon. Raum
says that Rurnsido now has matters
in such a shapo that nothing in tho
ordinary courso of events can delay
work on tho road for moro than n
fow weeks longer. It is necessary
for Gon. Rurnsido to return to Eng
land, but work will commence some
time next month and be pushed regard
less of winter weather.
Mr. Douglass, onu of Gon. "Wins
low's contractors, passed through town
last Sunday, on his way to look at the
lino between this and Johnson county
with a view to taking n contract. It is
possiblo that Dodge, Lord & Co., may yet
build tho road, undor tho diroction of
"Winslow & Co.
And tho Golconda Ilorald this: Tho
Cairo and Vinccnnes Road seems to bo
getting 011 its legs again. "Wo tru&t it
will be able to run this time.
Judgo Pidgoon was in tho city ycster
day, paying the honest dobts of Pulaski
rVrgiison, or tho Cairo nrul He. IVoua
railroad, Is in tho city, letting contracts
for work on this end of tho road.
Judgo Raker nnd nil tho Cairo law
yers returned from Mound City yesterday.
Thoy aro not much worse thnn before thov
began associating with tho Mound City
Two nowspapor mon from Carrolton
callod on The Hulletin yesterday, but
how vory discourtoous in us I wo havo
forgotton thoir names. Wo would, how-
over, know them if wo should sco them
Tho following wore tho arrivals at the
Delmonico hotel, Wm. Wlntor, proprie
tor, for tho twenty-four hours ending at 0
o'clock p.m. Nov. 25, 1871: Samuel Mur
phy, Chicago; Adolph Lutz, Sheeboygan ;
L. AV. Tcnnit, Dotrolt; James Kooker,
St. Louis; . J. Jlnys, Rlandville, Ky.;
Wm. Puckott, Rlandville, Ivy.; Miss Ellon
Davis, Puducah ; W. T. Young, Cincin
nati, O.; W. E. Graham, Evansvillo; W.
F. Andorson, Memphis; John Wakollold,
Ciiicinnntl, O.; Tom Jellery, Ullin, 111..
S. French, Chicago ; Goo. Rohbltt, Chicago;
Alox Pollock, Pulaski, 111.; A. R. Phillips,
Now Mndrid, Mo.; J. AV. Rrigg, Rland
villo; Chas. Somplo, Louisville ; Chas. A.
Morrill, Ullin, 111.;
Among tho guosts at tho St. Charles
hotel yesterday wore tho following : G.
II. Cobb, Now Orlouns; L. AV. Honry,
Macon, MUs.; AV. R. Rarnhart, St. Louis;
R.Jones, Golconda; R. C. Thatcher,
Columbus; AV. K. McElhcnoy, Cincin
nati, J. K. Kcnna, Charleston; J. R.
Cummuins, Chicago , Rov. C. A. Rreed,
RaUsville, Ark.; J. S. McArcy, Philadel
phia; A. Rlum, Contralla ; AV. H. Know,
St. Louis ; "Lowis," St. Louis ; R. Morris,
Iowa; A. Myur, Metropolis; AV. 0. Fore.
Porovlllc, Ills.; P. A. Haphill, Philadul
phia; II. S. AVhcelor, Chicago; K. "Wil
liams and lady, Huntsvillo, Ark,; N,
Moore, Salom; Mlssos Sallio, Hesslo and
Ella and AVllliam and Edward McAVhor
ton, Now Orleans ; A. Q. Furguson, St
Louis; John M. Lansdon, city.
From the Cairo Evening Bun.
Dn. J. White. AVo are glad to learn
that Dr. J. AVhito is recoivlng calls for his
advico and romodics which bid fair to re
tain him in Cairo all wintar. Dr. AYhito's
skill in so promptly dotccting, as ho docs,
cvory ailmont nnd the truo condltion'of
tho entire body of tho sulTorcr is often tho
wonder of tho sufferer himself, and cvory
onu who witnesses tho cures.
Persons careless or indifferent to this
opportunity for restoration to health may,
regret thoir noglect for tho balance of
their fives AVo adviso tho early call of
diseased on Dr. AVhito, with oonlldont ex
pectation of pormanont relief.
His rooms aro at thu Southern hotol,
Ohio lovco. nov7-lm
Makkiauk Guide.-Interesting work,
numerous engravings, 221 jiuges. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Rutts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis
Mo. Sco, Advertisement. tf
Mr. Patrick MeS weeny,
or Sweeny McPatrlclc,
Out drink ns a lord
and as noisy ns sin ;
And tho gonllo Mcll6lmos
took him up to McRross
Who said: " Mae, como down
with nn X of your "tin,"
Which tho furious McPatrlck
refused for to do so,
And was sent by McRross, oh,
to thn sweet city jail;
Whero for fiftcon long days, oh,
tho Mac S. will linger
With tho handsomo and blooming
and stalwart Mcllalc.
A niggor, Sam llumphroys,
Was up 'fore tho Squlro,
For calling a lady, a
Something, and liar;
" I will charge you a V, "
Said Rross unto Sam, then,
" And an X, my goad hoy,
If you do sp again."
Honry Royd, likomy Lord Racon,
Is both a scholar and a thief;
And 'mong tho othor thioves about him
Is boss and tho acknowledged chief.
Reing short of mgnt and also monoy,
Ho thought it meet and proper too,
That ho should get a lot lard, bacon,
And so forth ; and, in a canoe,
Ho paddled up to the Tom Jasper
And with sido bacon "filled It full."
Thon down tho Ohio ho glided,
With swift and very skillful pull.
"Tis moet I mcot you with this moat, "
Said Arnold with sadonio grin,
As on swoot Hon. ho laid his clutches,
And Honry sighed, It might havo boen.
Rro.'s bound himovor in fivo hundred
To answor at tho circuit court ;
And now that poor, opprcss-od nigger
Swsars stealing bacon 's not his forte.
Every kind of pooplocan bo accommo
dated in Cairo on Sunday night ovory
kind. Tho Christian? Cortainly. There
aro all tho churches in full bloom warm
and cosy, nnd full of people, and rejoicing
in eloquont prcachors and all that sort of
thing. If a man or woman feels inclined
to worship a little or a groat deal on Sun
day night ho or she would do well to pat
ronize the churches. He or sho could,
it is true, do his or hor praying in a pri
vate room, but tho church room is prefer
able. There, n person is surrounded by
othor prayers, and tho companionship of
other worshippers always adds to ono s d-
voutness. AVo know it docs to ours, and
wo judge othor people by our own stand
ard. Resides, you sco, when s man can
pray with ability, why should ho hide his
light under n bushel ?
And tho recreation seeker, whoro can
ho go and what can ho do on Sunday night?
AVoll, there Is tho Philharmonic hall, in
which tho Thalia association holds lortb,
and dishes up good plays in flno style,
Everybody praises tho histrionic ability
of tho Thalias, and assert that they cannot
bo excelled by nny amaturo troup any
whnro. And wo bollovn orerybody. To
night, tho Thalias will bo in full blast
and In a vory dovout manner will play the
roaring farco entitled "English," present
ing, for tho delectation oftho public, " new
characters, now sccnoi and now costumes."
And there are tho saloons, in which hot
whisky punches may bo obtained on tho
sly, and n quiet timo over your mug with
your cigar bo enjoyed. AVo know this to
be Binful amusement, particularly on Sun
day night, but the "boys" will drink, you
know, and thoy enjoy whisky punch, hot
and steaming, on any night, but partlcu
arly on Sunday night. AVo know thoy
do, becauso they havo told us so.
Rut, away with aftor dark sormous,
and theatrical performances, and back
room whisky punches! AVo'll havo nono
of them, whilo tboro is a comfortublo bed
ready to bo pressed at nino o'clock on Sun
day night. Il is our opinion that Sunday
nhjlit was especially manufactured for tho
especial purpose of sloop. It should bo
made a statutory oll'enso to bo out of bed
aftor nino o'clock Sunday night. A city
ordinance would fix tho thing.
AVantkd toKxciianoe For improved
Cairo proporty, ICO acros of good land
within ono milo and a half of Hickman,
Kentucky, with good brick house and all
necessary out buildings. Tho placo also
has on it ono thousand fruit trees. For
further information apply to
Ias. Mallory, Steamboat Agent.
Notice. Tho best entertainment in
tho city is at tho St. Nicholas hotel, saloon
and restaurant. Tho best music that can
bo had violin and piano. Good lunch
ovory morning nnd night. All of tho
finest brands of cigars, and tho best St,
Louis lager beor, always fresh and nice.
Givo us a call.
Harry AValker, Proprietor.
IluiCK Sto yoR Rent. Tho brie
storo, No. 7ti )liio Lovce, now occupied
by F. M tccktteth, Esq., Is oflorod foi
rent, an 11 bo vacant on tho 18th inst
Apply to Jno. 11. Phillis.
Sleefino Rooms for Rent. Ton
well ventilated slcoping rooms in City Na
tional Rank building. Apply to
At City National Rank.
For good photographs, porcolain pic
lures, or old pictures to bo copied, call or
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenuo. Ur
s a good workman. Glvo him a trial,
Just Received. AV. AV. Thornton
Tenth streot botweon Commercial avonuo
and Poplar street, has just roceived and in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
For Sale. Acbttago on 12th stroet
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complcto. Apply to
AV. AV. Thornton.
AVrioiit's no plus ultra mlncod mca
preparod oxprossly for family use, at Jor
NOVEMBER 2G, 1871,
TO BE, AND HAS BEEN,
AVIll bo prcsontod to-night, at Phil
harmonic hall, tho roaring farco, by C. Ai
Ooornor, entitled t "English." Now char
acters, now scenes, and now costumes.
Tho oratorio of Esther is to bo pro
duced in this city by Mr. Rohblns, who
invites nil tho choirs of tho city churches
nnd ndult slngors generally to meet nt tho
Prosbytorlnn church this nftcrnoon nt 4
o'clock, to sing nn hour from tho above
How could thanksgiving day bo more
appropriately celebrated than by dancing
and morry-maklng7 And in this way
tho Turners who know how to enjoy tho
world as no othor class of men do, proposo
to eclebrato tho coming thanksgiving
They aro going to danco r.t night in
School's AVashinglon hall, and apply the
proceeds to tho rollcfof tho Chicago suff
erers. Thus will truo thankfulness be
wodded to chnrity.
Arrangements are all completo for tho
operetta on next Monday night. Its sue
cess is beyond n doubt, and it will boa bril
liant affair. Tho closing scono nlonc, in
eluding tho grnnd gipsfy chorus, dnnco of
tho foresters, amid tho waving of a hundred
banners, firing of artillery, &c, with clos.
Ing tableau, will bo worth tho ndmlsslon.
Scats may ho secured at Hartman's for
olthor ovonlntf, nftor I) o'clock, Monday,
"A word to tho wise, &c."
Tho Rorgers had a full liouso last
night. Thoy always havo in Cairo. AVe
appreciate them. Thoy suit us. Sol., the
funny Smith, whoso surnamo is Russoll, is
u gay boy, oven if ho is just a littlo stale ;
and tho ladles oftho troupe bless their
woll-dresscd bodies nnd music-enjoying
souls I nro worth seeing and hearing. And
then tho bells, bells, bells, the rhythm nnd
tho music of thu bolls I Show us tho man
who docs not enjoy the music of the Rorgcr
bells and wo will instantly denounce him
as n man who would refuso to advertise in
our City Directory, deny tho religious
standing of The Rulleti.v, llvo in Pa
ducah.or well, inivthlncllko that. Those
bells I Excuso iu; but wo can't go back
on them. AVo have heard them too often
AVo would sooner go back on "Now I lay
me down to sleep," "Put mo In my littlo
bed," tho "Lady of Lyons," or" Mary had
a littlo Lamb."
It is truo that we should bo encour
aged in our efforts to provido Cairo with
a city directory. Send in your advertising
favofs immediately. Don't neglect this
admonition, or clso in the languago of
Othello, " henceforth be no officer of mine.1
Il is true that Rlankcnbcrg's Excel
sior saloon is now one of the institutions
oftho city. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer.
otc. go to tho Excelsior saloon, which is
fitted up in splendid style. Rlaiikonbcrg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spread
a fine frceu Inch every morning and ovi-
ning, nnd, as Ho lorclbiy expresses it,
"Sweetens the lunch with music." He
has employed tho services of n flrit-rato
pianist, who makes tho grand "piano
which stands in ono end of the saloon
speak out in musical tones. Everybody
is invited. The best order is maintained,
nnd nil improper characters suppressed
with neatness, cheapness nnd dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that the Excelsior snloon
is at tho corner of Washington avenue nnd
It is true thnt that tho best whisky,
wine, and such liquids, in the
city aro to bo obtained nt Fitzger
ald's samplo room, corner of Commercial
avonuo nnd Fourteenth street. Lawyers
who drink Pat's whisky always obtnln a
retainer within fivo minutes after each
drink, and become virtuous ; ministers
who drink his wlno and whisky, grow in
graco and becoino happy ; doctors who
sample his liquors "nil round," nro cer.
tain to procure n patient who has money
and tho disposition to pay for prescrip
tions, nnd becomo good citizens ; and
editors who tako drop or two procure
patrons who pay cash, and becomo drunk
editors and patrons. Tomporanco men
nro especially urged to patronize Pat, Ho
tins n peculiar kind of whisky that makes
a man feol good, drunk nnd nil that, but it
leaves no odor on tho breath, and thu man
who drinks it can get out of tho saloon
without being visible to mortal viion.
It is truo that Truth crushed lo earth
will riao again, tho etornal years of God
being hor's; that tho finest kind of job
work is dono nt The Rulleti.v office;
that every thing is lovoly and the goose
hangs high, and "you know how it is
Tho Ruder Rrothers, cornor Eighth
street and AVashington avonuo, havo ro
colvod n bran-now lot of tho latcst-stylod
brenst-pins, car-rings, finger rings, brae
lets, watches, clocks, etc., smd, invito tho
public to call and inspoct tho stock. Thoy
aro also agents for tho Davis' sowing mn
chlno, Rurdett organs and St. Louis pianos,
and offer to tho public tho best bargains to
ho obtained at any placo in Southern Ill
inois. Found. That tho choicest buttor Is
at Jorgonson's Staplo and Fancy Grocory
Otstxrs. Louis Horbort has nlwas on
hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys
Select Elemo figs, in layers, can bo
found at Jorgonson's.
New almonds, cocoanuts nnd pecans
Call on Jorgcnsnn for cholco London
Adam:' Dry Cornod Fish for salo at
Fresh Scguln mackerel on hand nt Jor
Edam und Sap Gngo cheese nt Jorgonson's.
oat meal at
llOAItl) 01 ALTlKtlMEN.
Adjourned meeting of tho Hoard ol Aldermen.)
Council Ciiamiier, "i
Cairo, III., Nov. 23, 1871.
Present Rcnrdcn,Strntton and Swayno
A.ld. Swayno moved lliHt the marshal bo
requested lo enforco tho ntlondanco of
members at tho next meeting, to bo hold
on to-morrow evening. Carried.
On motion of Aid. Swayne, tho board
then ndjournod, to meet to-morrow even
ing at T o'clock.
M.J. Howi.ev, City Clerk.
Adjourned meeting of the Ilonrd ol Aldermen.)
Cairo, 111., Nov. 21, 1871.
Present Ruder, Cunningham, Fitzger
ald, Rcarden, Scase, Swayno and AVal-
SECOND READINU OF rtKVISKf) ordinan
ordinance no. 5.
The clerk read at length ordinance No.
G of tho rovised ordinances, entitled " of
Aid. Cunningham moved that said or-
dinanco bo adopted. Carried, by the fol
lowing vote: Ayes Ruder, Cunningham,
Fitzgtsuld, Rcarden, Scase, Swayne nnd
AValder 7. Nays-0.
ORDINANCE NO. G.
The clerk then read nt length ordinanco
No. C, entitled "oftho preservation of
On motion of Aid. Ruder, said ordl
nanco was adopted, the ayes being Ruder,
Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Rcarden, Scase,
Swayno and AValder 7. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 7.
Ordinanco No. 7, entitled " of licenses,'
was next read at length, and on motion of
Aid. A alder adopted, ns follows: Ayes-
Ruder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Rcarden
Sease, Swayno and AValder 7. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 8.
Ordinanco No. 8, entitled " in relation
to tho jail and jailer," was next read at
length, and on motion of Aid. Swayne
adopted, tho ayes being Ruder, Cun
nineliam, Fitzgerald, Rcarden. Scale,
Swayne and AValder 7. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 0.
Ordinanco No. 9, entitled "Rules of
procceduro for recovery of fines and pon
altios," was next read at length, and on
motion of Aid. AValder adopted, the vote
bcingas follows: Ayes Ruder, Cunning,
ham, Fitzgerald, Renrdcn, Scase, Swsyne
and Vi alder i. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
The clerk next road at lengthy ordinanco
Xo. 10, entitled -"Of lections." Aid
Cunningham moved to adopt. Carried as
follows : Ayes Dudcr, Cunningham
Fitzgerald, Renrdon, Scase, Swayne and
AValder 7. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 11.
The clerk next read at length, ordinance
No. 11, entitled "Of fires, firo department
and fire limits." Aid. AValdor moved to
alopt. Carried by tho following voto
Aves Ruder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald
Rcarden, Sease, Swayno and AValder 7
Aid. Stralton appeared and took hi
ORDINANCE NO. 12.
Tho clerk next read at length, ordinanco
No. 12, entitled "Of rovenuo." Aid. Cun
ningham moved to adopt. Carried as fol
lows: Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Fit'
gorald, Rcardon, Seaso, Stratton, Swayn
and AValder 8. Nays 0.
OIID1NINCE No. 13.
Ordinanco No. 13, cntitlod "Of streets
and tho street supervisor," was next read
at length, and, on motion of Alderman
Cunningham, adopted as follows : Ayes
Cunningham, Fitzgerald, Rcarden, Sease,
Stratton, fewavno and AVa'dor 7. Nay-
ORDINANCE NO. 14.
Ordinance No. 14, entitled " In rotation
to street grading, sidowalks and cross
walks and other improvements," was next
road at longth, and, on motion of Aldorman
Cunningham, adopted by tho followin
vole: Ayes Rudor, Cunningham, Fitz
gernld, Rcarden, Seaso, Stratton, Swayno
and AVnldor-8. Nay 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 15.
Tho clerk next read at length ordinanco
No. 15, entitled "Of tho markot nn
weighmastor." Alderman Cunningham
moved to adopt. Carried as follows
Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Fitzgerald
Rcardo.1, Sense, Stratton, Swavno and
AValder 8. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
Tho clork next read at length ordinanco
No. 10, ontitlod "Oftho city seal." Al
dorman Cunningham moved to adopt.
Carried as follows: Ayes Ruder, Cun
ningham, Fitzgerald, Roarden, Senso,
Stratton, Swayno and AValdor 8. Nays 0,
ORDINANCE NO. 17.
OrdlnnnceNo. 17 entitled "Of grades"
was noxt read at length and on motion of
Aid. Cunnlnghom ndoptod, tho voto bo
irg as follows : Ayes Ruder, Cunning
ham, Fitzgerald, Roarden, .Scase, Stratton,
Swayno and AValdor 8. Nays 0.
ORDINANCE NO. 18.
Ordinanco No. 18 entitled "Saving
clause" was noxt rend nt length and on
motion of Aid. AValder ndoplcd, tho ayes
holng Ruder, Cunningham, Fitzgorald,
Roardon, Seaso, Stratton, Swayne, and
At tho conclusion of tho reading of
ordinanco No. 18, which completed tho
second reading of tho revised ordinances
in tho board of aldermen, tho board on
motion of Aid. Cunningham, ndjourned.
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
See advertisement of grocory stand for
Paul G. Schuh soils Rattlngor's modi
Plain directions in Germun nnd Eng
lish nro givon wllh Rarr's Poctoral Elixir
Go to Dr. McGauloy for Rattlngor's FcS
Tor Drops. AVarrantod to cure the chills
A flno black mare, a good spring wag
on, nnd a sot of new harness, for salo choap
for cash. Enquire nt J. urgor's, 144
arrived and departed.
Sleamer. Where from. Where lo,
Molllo Moore St. Louis ...N. Orleans
Henry Ames N. Orleans St. IouIs
AV. Strnder....N. Orleans St. Louts
City of Ouliicv...N.Or L'ans.,
Tom Jasper Wolf Islam!
iion Accord St. Louis.....Mntinu "Jlty
Ullnol Columbus Columbus
Hollo Momnlili....Mr.mt1ht St. Louis
Jas Fisk jfr .Paducah Paducah
uiaiunrvK , (JnCaDS
CONDITION OF. THE III VERS.
Hero tho river litis swelled five Inches
during the past 24 bouts.
At Pittsburg tho river is on n stand.
and It i thought il will ho rising in a fow
At Cincinnati thu river is 11 feot C in.
ches nnd falling.
At Louisville the river Is fullint? with f!
feet fivo inches lit tho head oftho canal.
At Evansvillo tho Ohio is swcllinc slow-
Tho Missitsippi is falling and ico was
running at St. Louis yesterday.
The rivers nbovo St. Louis nro closed
for this winter.
Arkansns river is falling slowly.
Red river is stationary.
WEATHER AND IIUSINESS.
Of all tho dear d d mlierablo days
that wo havo had for some time, yesterday
was ono of them. A donso fog prevailed
and n drizzling rain dcscenccd all day,
making navigation for steamers
and the human race very bad and unpleas
ant. Ruslncss was fair, considering thn condi
tion of the weather.
There was moro hard looking cases on
tho Icvco than wo havo seen for a long
timo. '1 hey wito deckers off tho various
boats that laid at tho landing.
ITEMS OF CARGO.
Tho Hello Memphis had 400 bales cot
The Eddyvillo had 48 lard tcs., 35 pork
bblsn 121 beef tcs., 200 hbls. salt, and si
largo lot of sundries too numerous to men
tion. Tho Cityof Quincy had 1,000 sack-j salt
and 100 bbls. molatsjs.
Tho Henry Ames discharged 5 bbls, mo
lasses, 500 sacks salt, 7 bbli. oranges, 2 bxi.
lemons, and 4 cases tonic.
Tho Fisk brought in C bales cotton, 355
pkgs. wagon material, C9 rolls leather, 17
bags fruit, 61 cad tobacco and 21 bxs.
Tho Rismarck cleared for Now Orleans
drawing 7 feet, and had a barge heavily
loaded in tow.
MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL STEWS'.
Tho injuries to tho Tom. Jasper ara not
as bad as first thought ; still thoy nro sort
ous enough to causo her to give up her
trip. She returned to this port yesterday
morning looking rather tho worso for wear,
and will cither give, her freight to the City
of (Jjincy or storo it on ono oftho wharf
boats, and then go Luck to St. Louia for
rupalrs. There- was no hnlu in her hull
but it is badly strained and a number of
timbers aro broken, causing her to tako
water freoly. A good deal of thoir freight
will be damagol. There was between 150
and 200 tons thrown overboard. Sho did
not stop on tho logs unlill thoy wero about
midships when sho carno to n halt and be
gan to let down at tho head and stern.
Tho roighl was thrown overboard to keep
hor from breaking Into. One or two of
hor bog chains woro broken and other in
juries sustained which compel her to go on
Tho towboat Dodsworth has been rather
unlucky with her barges. After several
minor accidents, she got as far down at
Craig's bar where sho stuck tho entiro fleet,
and will havo to wait another riso before,
sho can bo got oil'.
Thero is a movement ou foot to organize
u line of lino passenger steamers between
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
Tho following towboats have arrived at
Louisvillo with tows of coal : Hyena,
Alico Rrown, Reindcor, Tigross, Mary
Ann, Diamond, Sam. Roberts, Fred. Wil
son, Eagle, Tom Recs nnd tho Dart hav
ing, altogether, 1,270,000 bushels.
Captain AV. G. A'oris, recontly first
clork of tho Alaskn, will havo command
of the C. R. Church this season.
Tho towboat Geo. Roberts " run through
herself" at Cincinnati nnd turned over
her tow to the Fred. AVilson.
Tho Andy Johnson enn bo easily raised.
No hole was mado in her hull, but several
planks wero sprung which let the walor
in so fast that sho sunk.
Tho City of Quincy laid hero all day
yesterday awaiting orders from Com. Da
vidson. Frank Ruskirk is coming out as flrit
clerk of tho Alaska.
Cnpt. Dugan arrived from St. Louis yes
torday. Captain James Good started to this
post with the now tow boat Crescent City
without a master's licenso and was ar
rested at Now Albany by the Colloctor of
Customs. Tho penalty is n flno of ono
Tho Hollo Memphis came up with tha
champion cotton trip of tho season, hav
ing 1800 bales. Bhe discharged several
bales hero and tho rest go to St. Louis.
Transportation of coal oil on passengor
steamers is now entirely forbiddon by tho
solicitor of tho troasury,
The current at tho head of Sand island
is so very swift that boats can hardly man
ago themsovos and several accidents liavo
occurred. It Is caused by tho dam nt thb
head of island.
City National Bank Bnlldliisr.
aSpeclal attention paid to orders Irom siesta
boats night or dav.Pa
LEGAL NOTICE.' '
T F.OAL NOTICE la hereby given thatE, W.
ij Klttrldge, plaintlir, hag commenced an ao
tioii to perfect n distress for rent against Joseph,
Ilayliss, delendant, lu the circuit court ol .Alas
andor county, in the state of lllluols, and that
the time nnd place of the return of summons la
the case is the third Monday In January,:!,'
at tho court liouso In Cairo, Illlnoli.
JOHN tj, 11 ARM AN, Clerk,